Podgorica – Russian Air Company “Moskovija” starting from the 24th of March will begin to have regular air traffic lines from Moscow to Podgorica and Tivat.
Director of the agency “Cernagorja tours”, the general representative of “Moskovija”, Slobodan Mijanovic said that the planes of the Russian air company will fly for Montenegro four times a week – towards Podgorica on Wednesday and Saturday and for Tivat on Tuesday and Friday.
Mijanovic explained that Montenegro is an interesting tourist destination for Russian citizens, but also an important market for many Russian businessmen.
Regular air traffic between Montenegro and Russia will influence on the strengthening of the economic cooperation between two countries – said Mijanovic on a yesterdays presentation of lines from Moscow towards Montenegro, which was attended by numerous representatives of the Monetengrin economy.
Mijanovic announced that people would be able to book tickets starting from Monday.
Director of “Moskovija”, Mihail Aleksejev said that until now there only existed charter flights between Russian and Montenegro, which depended on the interest of the passengers.
– With a regular line the planes will now fly no matter the number of passengers – he said.
Aleksejev explained that the flights would take place on both line starting from March until May once a month, on Saturday to Podgorica, and on Tuesday to Tivat. Starting from the end of May, as he said, they have planned to have flights on Wednesday and Friday.
– The passengers will not be paying any airport taxes, and after the landing on the Russian airport Demodedovo they have a free of charge ride by train to the center of Moscow – said Aleksejev.
Thi price of the airplane ticket, as it was announced, are from 155 to 630 euros on the line towards Podgorica, and from 145 to 620 to Tivat.
Aleksejev explained that the company “Moskovija” was founded in 1995, as a state enterprise of the Flying – exploring institute “Gromov”. Beside “Gromov” , a share in the company with 51% now has the company “Rosborov export” which deals with the export of submarines and combat airplanes.